Here are some examples I've had in my collection for years. THE FUNNY BOOK is from 1975, is 12-pages long, full of old vaudeville-styled humor and grotesque characters. The artist isn't credited, but according to Jay Kennedy's OFFICIAL UNDERGROUND AND NEWAVE PRICE GUIDE the art is by Gary Figari.
Gary Whitney's 8-page WINDY CITY COMIX from 1978 has a hilarious story that reads like a dream: trying to get somewhere important, can't get there, lose your clothes. I think we've all had that dream!
Doug Bryson wrote and drew CAP'N RETRO as a four-pager in 1980.
The Internet has changed self-publishing, but for me, I like these home-grown publications on paper.
THE FUNNY BOOK Copyright © 1975 Ful-Horne Productions. WINDY CITY COMIX Copyright © 1978 Gary Whitney. CAP'N RETRO Copyright © 1980 Douglas Bryson.